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  • “When we realize that who we are is formless awareness we begin to lose the fear of death. When this formless awareness realizes it is also form we begin to lose the fear of life.” ~ Loch Kelly
    Loch Kelly
  • Words, concepts, thoughts, on the surface of the ocean - but in the oceans depths, there is silence, always.
    Jeff Foster
  • "Stop figuring out ‘why’ and follow the flow. It may be adventurous"
    Vera Helleman
  • Liberation isn't a spiritual prozac against feeling, it's the opposite – pure openess to everything that arises, the good, bad & the ugly.
    Imogen Webber
  • You aren’t actually a someone, a person, who is conscious. Rather, you are the aware space of consciousness itself, within which all the “thought up” entities in your world appear. Out of all these imagined entities, you have simply made the mistake of thinking that one of them is you.
    Enza Vita
  • Because the ultimate reality is not something that can be realized through just any means, all consciousness can do is abide in its true nature till it is revealed as being nothing but the ultimate itself.
    Desthein
  • "I am not the perishable body, but the eternal Self." Ramana Maharshi
    Kasia Jarosinska
  • Take your stand at the root of your Being, then you can meet life wherever it's at with an open heart and from the Truth that you really know so well. It's been with you your entire life, the only constant.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • Don't identify with the problem, know that the identification is the problem.
    Rajiv Kapur
  • Even in the darkest of days, there is good to be found. For God is good, and God is everywhere.
    Rev. Sam J. Shelley
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